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Mar 16, 2013 6:30pm PDT
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Mar 2, 2013 6:30pm PST
sacramento became the state's permanent capital. so did the lind disaster forever change california history? maybe. >> it's definitely a possibility. and certainly something to ponder. >> based on their findings, claire and fellow researchers convinced the county of santa clara to erect a monument to the jenny lind disaster in el vizo. it will be dedicated on the 160th anniversary of the disaster. >>> speaking of bay area history, you don't have to be too old to remember what silicone valley was like before the ad vent of technology. before cupertino was home to apple, it was home to bobby's coffee shop. opened in the late '60s, it was a breakfast and lunch institution, one that almost became a memory were it not for the fact it contained so many memories for one person, in particular. when you're business runs on a steady diet of ham and eggs, regular customers are your bread and butter. and if bobby's coffee shop in cupertino there's been no more regular than janet dancer. >> just about every day. >> just about every day for 25 years. janet and her husband bill slid into their favorite co
Mar 9, 2013 6:30pm PST
. and the changes there started with governor bush, put in place some very aggressive education reforms, like letter grading of all of the schools, saying we're going to tell the public, is your school an "a," a "d" or an "f"? and something came out yesterday that talked about a.p. scores of kids nationwide and florida was in the top five. so they've moved from being in the bottom third to the top five on these measures. i mean, that is really significant. >> what would it take for california to do a transformation like that? 15 years is not a long time to overhaul the school system. >> that's right. that's why i feel so much hope and confidence of what we can do in california. because if we have some leadership that says, okay, we're going to make this a priority in the state, we know that we can't be a healthy, vibrant, successful state in the long run unless we have great schools, then, you know, we can get started and these policies that we lay out in our report card, there are 37 policies. and if this state and the legislature started to move forward in terms of implementing these policies, it
Mar 23, 2013 6:30pm PDT
's significant enough to make changes in the organization. and i just can't accept that. >> they don't want, you know, their reputation to be tarnished. they don't want heat or light on our unit. >> they said that you have not met their expectations in fixing the culture. >> we had a survey done last july that shows that we have the best command climate in the entire department of defense. >> but the connection is not clear. we don't know how the survey addresses accusations raised in our investigation that the general, since taking command nearly two years ago, has ignored a toxic culture behind the gates of the guard. >> you have not answered questions about sexual harassment or retaliation? >> they're wrong. their allegations have been looked at by the department of defense and united states air force. >> but accusations by more than a dozen guard members were documented in this report co-authored by a member of the oklahoma national guard. chief ronald petty. >> it was clear to us according to them that the california national guard was not following the proper procedures as outlined in the
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